Bart Green, DC, MSEd, PhD
Musculoskeletal Epidemiologist, Sports Chiro
So what I found is successful in getting people over the hump and having a good recovery is to have fun. And any sort of Rehabilitation or recovery process from any injury or pain experience should not be a burden. We want to make that something that is just a lot of fun for people here. We have Miguel having pets as part of the fun. I've worked with you, happy. But he's certainly, we had a therapy dog that came in and it was great motivator for a lot of our patients making small doable tasks, that get to. The long-range goal is really important and if there's a little setback, just acknowledge that that's part of the process and moving ahead and try it again, the next day. So, biggest thing. Small doable goals, not pushing it too hard. Sorry, I'm not sore enough. The next day that you can still do the activity but not so sore that it's painful and working with somebody who is compassionate about, helping people and fruit.